Technology can serve a higher purpose in healthcare by enabling clinicians to easily communicate and share information without having to taking time away from patient care.
Med Ec Blog
A recently retired physician reflects on his last patient and the healthcare system.
The answer to getting more affordable care and better results does not lie in paying doctors less. It lies in paying administrators less, and having a lot fewer of them.
Are medical professionals really exempt from a dumbing down of language?
If the choice of personal medical care offered by small practices is to be preserved, the rules of the game must change.
Many Americans still need help digesting information about heart disease and understanding their personal risk.
Don’t let the stress of inadequate preparation tarnish the first time your new colleagues see you in action.
There are concerns that could swallow up the direct primary care movement and shunt it from being a potential salvation for our system to a flash in the pan.
Primary care physicians are trapped in a non-sustainable business model.
A small group of independent physicians challenged a powerful hospital organization, and against all odds, won the day.